Can I Eat These On A Keto Diet Plan: Beets, Carrots, Peas & Tomatoes? – Dr.Berg

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0:00 Introduction
1:00 Vegetable nutrients breakdown
6:03 Key takeaways

In this video, we’re going to talk about a common question I get: can I eat beets, carrots, peas, and tomatoes on keto?

This is a great question that can be confusing for many people starting keto. Let me break it down.

Foods (even vegetables) with high amounts of carbohydrates—especially sugars—can kick you out of ketosis. If the fiber is higher, it may help buffer the carbs and sugars somewhat.

Take a look at the nutrients in each of these vegetables.

Potassium 442mg
Carbohydrates 13g
Sugar 9g
Protein 2.2g
Fiber 3.8g

Safe on keto?: No, unless you’re already at your desired weight.

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Potassium 195mg
Carbohydrates 6g
Sugar 2.9g
Protein .6g
Fiber 1.7g

Safe on keto?: Yes.

Potassium 354mg
Carbohydrates 21g
Sugar 8g
Protein 8g
Fiber 7g

Safe on keto?: No.

Potassium 292mg
Carbohydrates 4.8g
Sugar 3.2g
Protein 1.1g
Fiber 1.5g

Safe on keto?: Yes.

Potassium 897mg
Carbohydrates 37g
Sugar 1.7g
Protein 4.3g
Fiber 4.7g

Safe on keto?: No.

Potassium 476mg
Carbohydrates 123g
Sugar 1g
Protein 16g

Safe on keto?: No.

ARTICHOKEs (Jerusalem)
Potassium 644mg
Carbohydrates 26g
Sugar 14g
Protein 3g
Fiber 2.4g

Safe on keto?: No.

Beets are fantastic for your liver and supplying nutrients to the body. However, they may kick you out of keto if you have too much. Artichoke is the absolute worst vegetable to have on keto because they are very carbohydrate-dense.

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Dr. Berg, 56 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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34 thoughts on “Can I Eat These On A Keto Diet Plan: Beets, Carrots, Peas & Tomatoes? – Dr.Berg”

  1. I am not gonna watch. As I can not find out if tomatoes in on the ban list! 😅😅😅

  2. I am confused about artichokes. In this video they are no for keto, however I just downloaded the pdf of healthy ketosis acceptable food list and artichokes are on the list as acceptable. What is the correct answer?

  3. What about cucumbers? I wish Dr. Berg would've included cucumbers in this list since it's a common vegetable.

  4. When switching to keto…are there aude effects of dropping carbs altogether?

  5. The peas I eat in Norway has 8 grams of carbs out of that has 4,8gram of sugar. (out of 100grams)

  6. Tens years ago I had a Nutritionist put me on One Golf Ball size RAW Beet once a day. The beet benefit has been worth the small portion.

  7. Where's the info on artichokes coming from? Every source I've checked has much lower carbs and different numbers for the other variables

  8. Doctor Berg, are carrots, beets and peas dangerous for health, can I eat them ? That is a question !

  9. All articles I've read say that artichokes are keto friendly so I'm a little confused here

  10. If you're watching for how many grams of sugar to not consume, what is a number to abide by .. 0 grams to 2 grams , is what you should stick to if you want low sugar in your food and anything over 2 grams is too high in sugar ?

  11. What kind of beet are you describing, a sugar beet or a red beet?

    Why do you think they feed beef steers corn and meal and peas. Because it makes them fat.

  12. Tomatoes have always been on a keto diet because Dr Berg recommends green salad (7 cups a day). So salad will have cucumber lettuce, avocado, tomatoes, aragula

  13. Every food label in the world presents grams per 100 grams. So you show grams per cup?!

  14. Wow 🤩 I can live without corn 🌽 and artichoke ? What it? Thank you 😊 Dr. Berg gracias 🙏🏻

  15. Dr. Berg, why does every source I look at says a whole globe artichoke has 14 g carbs?

  16. Long time ago, before I become a keto eater, I've tested carrot on my body in the way to know if it's help me to loose weight or not. I've learned that raw it's ok, but cooked it's a big no. Later, I've read the same conclusion on a diet book. Then my question is, the numbers you've got are numbers for raw aliments, could it be the same for cooked aliment? I'm pretty sure that carrot will contain more sugar. And other thing, when carrot (or beet) are cooked, them fibres are more "soft" "broken" and don't help the body to get ride of the sugar include, whereas raw they stay "strong" and "whole" and then possibly help the body to get ride of the sugar.

  17. Beets are so healthy for you too. :sadface: I make the best pickled beets. I am going to grow them anyway, pickle them and then eat them in moderation once I hit my weight goal, which should be before harvest time.

  18. What can we eat? Like combinations.. There are so many vegetables that are not allowed 🙁

  19. Artichokes are the only thing I eat on the list, but I never have a problem…everyone’s body is different

  20. OMG – I didn't know, it must of been the artochoke that was kicking me out of ketosis. Thank you.

  21. Great 👌🌞
    Provided you eat RAW carrots on the KETO diet. Cooked NO. It is full of carbohydrates and sugars.

  22. How about baby corn? I no corn are not keto but baby corn is low in carb. Someone has just say no no no to baby corn but some said just count the carb it will be find.

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